Moquette Maintenance and Washing Procedure

Cleanliness and elegance of moquette is among the most important factors for more fascinating manifestation of house or workplace. For your further acquaintances, necessary points are depicted about how to wash and take care of the moquettes in special circumstances.

The best way to wash the moquettes is to benefit from the services provided by reliable washing companies which would wash your moquettes using standard detergents and appropriate machinery. If such facilities are not available, you can apply the following methods:

Never use warm water for washing the carpet moquettes. Application of warm water would destroy the natural quality of the moquette.

To dry the carpet moquettes, roll them after washing and put beside the wall in standing state for a while, and then, spread them in a proper place for drying.

If you use carpet shampoo for cleaning the moquette, dissolve an adequate amount of the shampoo in water and clean the desired surface using sponge immersed in the solution. Then, dry the moquette surface with a piece of damp cotton garment.

To clean the stains, first remove the stain with a spoon, spatula or painting knife. Then, mix white vinegar, carpet shampoo, and tepid water. Pour the prepare solution over the stain. Note that the moquette shall never get too soaked. Wipe the stain gently and then clean the surface with a damp towel. Dry the soaked part immediately using fan or hair-dryer at low temperature.

Collect the oil with spoon; put a piece of white cloth on the spot and iron it at low heat.

Cool the chewing gum stain for a rather long time with ice and then remove it from moquette surface with the aid of painting knife.

To clean candle stain, first cool it long enough with ice and then scratch the dried stain. Afterwards, put a white fabric or brown paper on the stain and iron the spot at low heat so that candle could be effectively absorbed onto the fabric or paper.

Use yogurt to clean ink stain. Pour the yogurt onto the stain and try to remove the stain. Keep on repeating this action until the ink is effectively absorbed into the yogurt.

Clean the egg or blood stain using a solution of salt, soap, white vinegar, and tepid water.

Pour few spoons of warm water on the sections of the moquette overlain for a long time by heavy objects (such as sofa) whose piles have flattened or deepened. Rub it with soft brush after one hour.

To clean soot stain from dark-color moquettes, sprinkle salt over the stain and get them removed by vacuum cleaner.

For liquid stains, it is sufficient to remove such stains with cotton towel or white rag that you put on them. Note that you should never move the rag or towel to right or left; such a movement might lead to dispersion and infiltration of the stain into the moquette texture.

Wash the moquette always in the opposite direction of its piles.


Never use whiteners and detergents containing chloride for cleaning the moquettes.

Washing and Preservation of Wallpaper

As wallpapers are produced in different types, their washing procedures also differ depending on their materials. For your notice, the points that must be kept in mind for better preservation and maintenance of your wallpapers are explained below:

Clean the dust and stains from the walls as often as possible.

Use warm water, soap and sponge for washing.

Use small amount of water, as far as possible, so as to prevent from paper swelling.

Don’t use whiteners and detergents containing chloride.

Take use of soft and dry sponge for rising.

The vinyl and acrylic wallpapers which are more resistant to washing shall be washed with soap and warm water. Mild detergents and/or alcohol can be utilized for tough stains.

Rough scrubber pads or metal wires, strong powders and solvents like acetone are not suitable for wallpaper washing.

After washing the wallpaper, dry it with a piece of clean and dry cotton rag.

Avoid excessively abrading the resistant smears; it might damage the wallpaper.

Don’t forget to start the washing from upper part of the wall.

Never put natural flower vases directly on the laminate.

Preservation and Protection of Laminate Flooring

Laminate cleaning is very crucial in spite of its simplicity. Unlike parquet, laminate does not need polishing or warmish to shine. This fact is regarded as the principal advantage of laminate. You can keep Palaz parquet flooring as new as the purchase day by following a few simple instructions.

Cleaning with vacuum cleaner, at least once a day, is the first and simplest way to protect these floor coverings. Dust accumulation cause damage to laminate surface by the course of time. Pollutants such as stains, water droplets and/or mud shall not linger on the surface for long. Therefore, wipe them from laminate surface right away.

Avoid washing the laminate with excessive amount of water. In case of necessity to clean the laminate, it would be sufficient to use damp white cloth or white towel.

Never put natural flower vases directly on the laminate.

Avoid dragging furniture on the surface of laminate. Although the respective floorings are highly stable and durable but they shall be protected against scratch. For further protection, you can glue pieces of felt or moquette under the bases of house furniture and heavy objects and also watch out high-heel shoes and also the nails sticking out of shoe heels.

To prevent from entry and diffusion of contaminants, use door mats at the home entrance.

You can easily and gently separate candle or chewing gum stains by putting ice on the spot and waiting for a while.

Clean the stains of blood, tea, fruit juice or soda using mixture of tepid water and carpet shampoo and a piece of clean white fabric.